14 September, 2009

How to Write a Website Review

Writing website reviews is an effective way to increase your writing income. You can publish them (for payment or shared advertising revenue) to several websites, or you can publish them yourself on a blog or website. When writing website reviews, there are several elements that should be included in the review, depending upon your audience.

Your audience is your primary concern when writing a website review. If your audience is a group of webmasters, your review should be different than if you are writing for the general Internet user. Don’t take on more than you can handle. If you do not have the technical expertise or vocabulary to write a review for website developers, then don’t. Keep your reviews simple, for the more common Internet surfers. You can even create a template to include all of the elements you wish to include in every review.


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